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Georgia Code Title 43. Professions and Businesses § 43-34-7

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The executive director shall prepare and maintain a roster containing the names and business addresses of all current licensees, certificate holders, and permit holders for each of the various professions regulated by the Georgia Composite Medical Board.  A copy of the roster shall be available to any person upon request at a fee prescribed by the board sufficient to cover the cost of printing and distribution.  The following shall be treated as confidential, not subject to Article 4 of Chapter 18 of Title 50, relating to open records, and shall not be disclosed without the approval of the board:

(1) Applications and other personal information submitted by applicants, except to the applicant, the staff, and the board;

(2) Information, favorable or unfavorable, submitted by a reference source concerning an applicant, except to the staff and the board;

(3) Examination questions and other examination materials, except to the staff and the board;  and

(4) The deliberations of the board with respect to an application, an examination, a complaint, an investigation, or a disciplinary proceeding, except as may be contained in official board minutes;  provided, however, that such deliberations may be released only to another state or federal enforcement agency or lawful licensing authority.  Releasing the documents pursuant to this paragraph shall not subject any otherwise privileged documents to the provisions of Article 4 of Chapter 18 of Title 50.

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